Contact: scott lockett
Great Loft Guesthouse in Alexandria, VA. Located the hot Del Ray neighborhood. Walk to everything or take metro train to White House or Capitol in 20 minutes. Large fenced yard with playground. Relax with 50" plasma HD TV. Blu-Ray Disc Player and Media Center. Free WiFi. Large private patio. Stay here in huge guesthouse for the price of a hotel. Make this Guesthouse your next District of Columbia vacation rental.
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Located right on the Potomac River, a Washington D.C. vacation rental is perfect for anyone who is feeling a little patriotic, or just wants to vacation rental full of a dose of America's proud history.
A must-see on your Washington D.C. vacation rental is the National Mall. This open, large park is the hub to endless national monuments like the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, White House, and the Capitol. And for those wishing to pay respects to America's fallen soldiers, the National World War II Memorial and the Korean War Memorial are nearby as well. On Monday nights in July and August there are even politically-themed movies shown for free on the mall – the Screen on the Green.
Home to many, many politicians and world leaders, the nation’s capital has an endless array of cultural opportunities and entertainment as well. The John F. Kennedy for Performing Arts is home to the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington National Opera, and the Washington Ballet. And the plentiful Smithsonian Museums around D.C. are as numerous as they are free of charge. There’s one for everyone, including the Museum of Natural History, the Air and Space Museum, The Museum of American History, and the Museum of African Art.
On your Washington D.C. vacation rental, as you’re viewing the Tidal Basin and the gorgeous grove of cherry trees, a gift from Japan, you’ll be very proud, knowing that you are merely a few feet away from people who are making daily decisions that will change the shape of the world.